Prince Andrew was spotted leaving his granddaughter Sienna’s ‘private christening’ in his £220,000 Bentley with a personalised DOY plate on Friday.

The Duke of York, 62, is understood to have travelled from Windsor to St James’s Palace’s Chapel Royal in London, for Princess Beatrice and her husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi’s seven-month-old daughter’s ceremony.

However, it was believed that Her Majesty, aged 96, was absent as she had two virtual audiences at Windsor Castle.

Andrew, who was reportedly joined at the service by his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, 62, drove his racing-green 200mph Bentley Flying Spur from Windsor to London.

This comes just days after Queen Elizabeth’s son, who was disgraced by the queen, was stripped of Freedom of York on Wednesday night. There are further demands for his removal from his dukedom. 

Prince Andrew was spotted leaving his granddaughter Sienna's 'christening' in his £220,000 Bentley with a personalised DOY plate on Friday

Prince Andrew was spotted leaving his granddaughter Sienna’s ‘christening’ in his £220,000 Bentley with a personalised DOY plate on Friday

Andrew drove his racing-green 200mph Bentley Flying Spur (pictured) from Windsor to London

Andrew drove his race-green Bentley Flying Spur 200mph (pictured) between Windsor and London

Andrew replaced his previous Bentley Continental GT with the luxury motor in blue.

Depending on the year it was first purchased, the old motor could have been sold for upwards of £130,000 second hand.

When the owners are ready to sell, it is not clear what happens to the cars of Firm members.

A Mulsanne that was owned by Queen Elizabeth II, which had been used for many years, was given back to Bentley in 2019. Features such as security communications devices, police lights, and registration numbers were changed, before it was sold privately.

Around a dozen friends of the Queen’s granddaughter, 33, and her husband Edo, 38, joined the couple for the hour-long service, held at the palace’s Chapel Royal in London, according to The Sun.

A source said: ‘It was a private family event.’ 

Princess Beatrice (pictured in Sweden on Wednesday) had a 'private family christening' for her seven-month-old daughter Sienna at St James's Palace on Friday, it has emerged

It was revealed that Princess Beatrice, pictured in Sweden, had a private family christening at St James’s Palace for her daughter Siena (7 months) on Friday.

Princess Beatrice, second right and Edo Mappelli Mozzi, 38, were joined by a dozen of friends and loved ones for the event. Earlier this week, they travelled to Sweden where they met with Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia

The event was attended by Princess Beatrice, right, and Edo Mappelli Mozzi Mozzi, 38. They had traveled to Sweden earlier this week and met Prince Carl Philip (Prince Sofia). 

Andrew did not attend Sienna’s September birth because he was in Balmoral. Virginia Giuffre lawyers attempted to deliver legal papers directly to him. 

After helping the Queen to take her place during an emotional Thanksgiving service for the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Prince Andrew was seen at Westminster Abbey on March 29, where he also helped him with his seat. 

Since he accepted to be Duke of York, he has been scarce pay Virginia Giuffre an estimated £7million to settle her sexual abuse lawsuit against him without accepting liability.

According to reports, the queen won’t seize her son from the throne. title that she gave him over 30 years ago in 1986, royal sources have claimed.

After councillors had voted to deny the Duke of York his city freedom, they also called for his removal from his position as duke.

During the meeting, the prince was called an “utter disgrace” during which he was debating his Freedom of the City award. This honour was given to him in 1987. 

It is believed Sienna, who was born in September, was christened at the palace's Chapel Royal like her Cambridge cousins. Pictured, the photo released following her birth showing her footprints

According to some, Sienna was probably christened in the Palace’s Chapel Royal, just like her Cambridge relatives. Pictured, the photo released following her birth showing her footprints

Councillors unanimously approved the removal of his title after a discussion lasting approximately half an hour.

He refused to renounce the title of Duke of York and his continued hold on to it was called a’stain on the city’. Councillors now call on the Queen and Palace to remove him from the title.

Additionally, there was opposition from members of the public to the ban on the prince from taking part in city horse-racing events. One other suggested that he be called ‘Andrew Windsor,’ for future reference.

Mirror was told by a source that the Queen would not be taking any further actions in this regard.

“The Duke of York is now out of public life. He has already been stripped of a number of titles and associations. Her Majesty has maintained her position. 

Andrew was warned beforehand that he would lose the freedom to the city. This honour was bestowed upon him by Sarah Ferguson on February 23, 1987 as a gift for her wedding. 

Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi attend the Memorial Service For The Duke Of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey on March 29, 2022 in London

Jack Brooksbank (left), Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice (right) attend the Memorial Service For The Duke Of Edinburgh, Westminster Abbey, on March 29, 2022.

Councillors have been informed that he is the first to see the Freedom of the City taken away. Two formal abstentions were recorded – one from the Lord mayor and another from the Lord elect Mayor.

Lib Dem Darryl Smalley, City of York Council’s executive member for culture, leisure & communities proposed the motion and said he should also now lose the Duke of York title.

“The Honorary Freedom of York” was his statement. Many notable, accomplished individuals hold this honour with pride and responsibility.

“After being stripped of his royal roles and patronages, the Queen has made it clear that they believe it is just to end all ties that Prince Andrew may have with this great city.

I was happy to see that all councillors supported this motion. They made clear that Prince Andrew should not be allowed to represent York or its residents.

“The removal of the honorary title is a clear signal that the city supports victims of child abuse. Now is the time to make Prince Andrew do right and surrender his Duke of York title.

“If Andrew does not comply with this requirement, Buckingham Palace or the Government will have to take his title and end Prince Andrew’s tie to York.

This follows an assortment of institutions and authorities that have sought to discredit the Duke since Virginia Giuffre, Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking victim, settled his civil case.

The case was resolved in February. In addition, the 62 year-old was stripped of all his royal roles and patronages. He was informed that he wouldn’t be called ‘His Royal Hiness’ anymore.

Buckingham Palace as well as the spokesperson for Duke of York did not respond to requests.

York City Council considered it: “The Council decides that the City of York Council, pursuant Section 249 of 1972’s Local Government Act 1972,” removes Honorary Freeman of City status from Duke of York, which was given to him in 1987.